How to Mix your Vintro Chalk Paint colours

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Vintro colours mix uniquely & beautifully together similar to Artists paints. Rich highly pigmented colours mixed together will create an endless array of beautiful colours with that signature Vintro depth of colour. 

By mixing your colours you can create some beautiful sophisticated colours, adjust  & customise colours to suit your style and interior space. Also a great way to use up any excess paint your have. You can lighten and darken or create brand new colours just by mixing a few Vintro Chalk Paint colours together. 

Mixing colours is simple and easy once you know how. We have put together a video for you below, breaking down how to mix and find your perfect colour, then how to recreate it in a larger portion: 

Tips after watching the Video: 
Mix your colours on a flat surface 
Explore and discover whilst taking note of the parts your putting in 
Use your fingers tips, teaspoons, measuring spoons ( each one is = 1pt) 
Once you have found your ratio- record it down 
Recreate it in a larger portion through measuring or scales.
eg) 1Pt + 1Pt is equivalent to 100g + 100g
Store your excess mix in our Mix It Storage Tin 

Not sure which colours to mix? Don't worry we are building a Mix It Library for you

You can find and access and purchase all these colours together with the Mix it Storage Tin at a physical store through any one of  The Artisan Company retailers. If you don't live close to one, don't worry you can access it online here also 

The Artisan Company is a New Zealand owned and based company focussed upon making and providing the highest quality decorative paints and tools for homes and all types of spaces. Born out of a rich heritage of bespoke furniture and interiors through the merging of Taylored Revival and Vintro Paint NZ and with several decades of experience we are unashamedly focused upon luxury DIY products and in helping people achieve bespoke looks in their interiors. 

As NZ's only bespoke paint manufacturer making our own exclusive formulations including our flagship Premium Chalk Paint we combine technology with our fine tuned natural skills. We use advanced machinery with an exact accuracy measured within less than a ¼ of a ml and use a custom formulation database with complex colours formulated by hand; most of which can't be replicated by machines. Our trademarked FLOWplus® technology further differentiates our range being built in from the ground up and allowing our thick full bodied and highly pigmented paints to mould and flow effortlessly. We are a proud NZ company who promotes and uses local suppliers and products wherever possible. We also aim to have a positive impact on environment through low VOC paints, minimised wastage and smart use of materials.

To provide the best possible experience for our customers we have also curated artisanal tools including the world renowned Staalmeester brushes which work in perfect  unison with our Premium Chalk Paint and otehr ranges with there rich and creamy consistency. From the advanced bristle materials through to the  INOX steel ferrules it all really helps to achieve the best results, and yes brushes do make a big difference to your painting experience and finish.

Aside from our unique range of products, we are also proud of our decades worth of experience in the field of decorative painting and training. Having been recognised locally and overseas for these efforts has also led us to directly train over three thousand people and paint over two thousand bespoke furniture or interior pieces for clients.

Heritage of Taylored Revival

Taylored Revival or TR as it was known by its regulars was a family business started in a garage in East Auckland in 2012. A leading decorative painting studio which undertook thousands of commissions projects over the years and was considered the leading Chalk Paint retailer in the Australasian region. Progressing through the years from a small retail store in Whitford through to a large format 300m2 retail site in Botany. Take a quick look at the history and the prequel to The Artisan Company below.